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Matt U. wrote:
What I am looking for is the most efficient method for monitoring the orders and printing the label automatically. I hope that was explained clearly.

Depends on where your orders are stored.

Matt U. wrote:
When an order is placed it will be inserted into a table in Microsoft SQL Server 2008.

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Matt U. wrote:
The first potential solution I have contemplated: A Windows Service on Worker #2's station which monitors

I'd recommend a user-level application, not a service. It does not need to run when there's no user, since there's nowhere to display the notification and no-one to react.
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